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February 21, 2015 at 3:25 PM #85038FlyingDartParticipant
I am going to start filming a music video for a London rock band on March. However, my lack of concrete experience oblige me to ask for a few tips and advices from you.
My lighting skills is kind of my achille's heels, in the sense that I am well aware of the three point lighting technique, but I don't know if I should apply this same system over a band.
My plan is to get them to stand in a standard band position, similar to this one. It shall alternates between wide shot and close up of the different band members.
Now, here is the lighting kit I can use
Kinoflo Celeb Light
Dedo Lighting Kit
Led Lighting Kit
The Location might be a rehearsal room, a studio or something else, defintely Indoors. Has anybody any suggestion on which kit and where should I place the light to have a cheerful, dynamic short music video?
Should I change my lighting setup when focusing on a singular band member?
Thanks for solving my doubts!
February 25, 2015 at 6:51 PM #211792EddieValiantParticipant
This has been asked before on here:
There are so many possibilities I'd suggest spending some time viewing videos on Youtube to get a sense of what others have done. You could flood the area with light or use directional spots on each performer. Lighting helps set the mood and tone of a music video, and that has to be figured out first. Then develop a lighting plan.
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